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Parippu Vada Recipe

Parippu Vada is a conventional night nibble of Kerala. It is crunchy outwardly and delicate within and is made with lentils and flavors.

Kerala Lentil Fritters Nadan Parippu Vada

As I type this, Mom and Dad are savoring the Parippu Vadas that I recently made. Correct. Father cherished my variant and he has gladly taken a couple to send over to my Aunt who lives nearby. “Try not to make it excessively tremendous however”, he educates on out!

In this way, you can constantly make it more modest in size.

Extra tip: Make much more little roundels to act as a mixed drink hors d’oeuvre as well.

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So what precisely is Parippu Vada?

Parippu Vada is a type of squanders made with lentils, for the most part chana dal (Bengal Gram or Split Chickpea Lentils) and toor dal(Split Pigeon Peas). These lentils are first splashed for a couple of hours, ground coarsely, and afterward blended in with finely cleaved onions, ginger, green chilies, and curry leaves. Little balls are made and leveled which are then broiled in oil.Parippu vada, Chaaya (Sweet Milk Tea) and Poovan Pazham (Small ready bananas) make for an ideal lunch time nibble.

Step by step instructions to MAKE KERALA PARIPPU VADA

Parippu Vada is made with a blend of chana dal (split chickpeas/kadala parippu) and toor dal (split pigeon peas/sambar parippu). The lentils are first drenched for several hours, washed and afterward stressed for an additional 30 minutes.

It is then coarsely ground. I utilize the littlest compartment of a blender processor and “heartbeat” for several seconds, to crush the dal in groups coarsely.

Finely cleave shallots, green chilies, dry red chilies, ginger and curry leaves. Blend well.

Consolidate the coarsely ground lentil and the shallot combination.

Take a lemon-sized part of the combination and straighten it between your palms. Marginally press the sides with your fingers so that stays bulgy in the middle and bends outwards.

Broil in hot oil. You can either profound fry or shallow fry on the two sides. Serve warm with night chai.



¾ cup Chana dal

½ cup Toor dal

10-12 Shallots

2-3 Green chilies

3-4 Dry Red chilies

1 tbsp Ginger

½ tsp Kashmiri Red stew powder (discretionary)

2-3 twigs of Curry Leaves

Coconut oil, to broil

Salt, to taste


  1. Drench the lentils for two or three hours.
  2. Wash and strain and save to the side for an additional 30 minutes.
  3. Finely slash and consolidate shallots, green chilies, dry red chilies, ginger, and curry leaves.
  4. Coarsely grind the dal and blend it in with the shallot combination.
  5. Heat oil for broiling.
  6. Add salt (and Kashmiri Chili powder) to the dal combination and join once more.
  7. Take a lemon-sized piece of it and level between your palms. Press the sides with your fingers to get the ideal state of Parippu Vada which is marginally bulgy at the middle.
  8. Broil in hot oil until brilliant brown
  9. Eliminate and serve warm with night tea.
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